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Dr. Travis Whitney, NMD

Naturopathic Physician

4840 E Indian School Rd Unit 104 Phoenix AZ, 85018

About

Dr. Travis Whitney is the founder of Innate Healthcare Institute practicing in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Whitney specializes in stem cell and integrative medicine. He is a pioneering doctor in the application of umbilcal cord derived mesenchymal stem cells in the US. Dr. Whitney combines holistic healing methods with modern solutions to medical illness. Providing both individual and family care, the most common ailments treated are Autism, chronic pain, digestive issues, obesity, heart disease, menopause, chronic fatigue syndrome, and similar chronic diseases.

Education and Training

NUNM NMD 2015

PIHMA MSOM 2019

UWF BA 2007

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Dr. Travis Whitney, NMD's Expert Contributions
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Areas of expertise and specialization

Stem Cell MedicineAutismJoint RegenerationOsteoarthritisSIBOIBSBioidentical Hormone replacement TherapyMenopauseAndropauseChronic Infections

Treatments

  • Regenerative Medicine (Stem Cell Therapy)
  • PRP Treatments
  • Prolo Therapy
  • Bio Identical Hormone Therapy
  • Aesthetics with PRP and Stem Cells
  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Genetic Testing
  • Hair Restoration

Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors

  • Harvest Compassion Center
  • Diamond Mountain Retreat Center

Professional Society Memberships

  • International Society for Cell and Gene Therapy, Institute for Functional Medicine

Areas of research

Neuroplasticity 

Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal Stem Cells

 

Dr. Travis Whitney, NMD's Practice location

Innate Healthcare Institute

4840 E Indian School Rd Unit 104 -
Phoenix, AZ 85018
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New patients: 602-603-3118, 602-603-3118
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Get to know Dr. Travis Whitney, who serves patients in Phoenix, Arizona.

A board-certified naturopathic medicine doctor, Dr. Whitney is the founder of Innate Healthcare Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. Innate Healthcare Institute is a premiere regenerative and personalized medicine clinic. Furthermore, Dr. Whitney consults, trains and performs treatments at other clinics across the country in addition to his commitments at Innate Healthcare Institute. 

“Innate Healthcare is a regenerative medicine clinic that utilizes regenerative cellular medicine (commonly referred to as Stem Cell Therapies) therapies such as exosomes, Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells (WJ-MSCs), bone-marrow aspiration concentrate, platelet-rich plasma, ozone, IV medicine, and other functional medicine approaches to address pain, arthritis, neuropathies, COPD, autoimmune, and many other conditions”, states the official website of Innate Healthcare Institute.

Dr. Whitney focuses his practice on regenerative stem cell medicine, Autism, painful joints and nerve conditions, bio-identical hormone replacement, hair restoration, pain management, SIBO/IBS, mental health/stress/anxiety/depression, diabetes, weight management, heart disease, physical/sports medicine and preventative medicine.

“He is one of the leading clinical experts in regenerative medicine and was recently featured as one of the leading regenerative medicine experts around the globe in the docu-series, Pain Revealed,” states his website. As such, Dr. Whitney successfully treats patients with common chronic conditions such as knee, back, and shoulder pain, anti-aging, musculoskeletal injuries, nerve pains (peripheral neuropathy), autoimmune conditions, Autism, COPD, heart failure, and many more.

After earning a BA degree in Psychology from the University of West Florida (2007), Dr. Whitney spent three years as an Infantry Officer in the US Army (2008 – 2009). He then enrolled with the National University of Natural Medicine and received his Naturopathic Medicine Doctor degree and Master of Science degree in Integrative Medical Research in 2015.  In 2019, he acquired a Master of Science degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture. He is a member of the International Society for Cell and Gene Therapy (ISCT) and the Institute for Functional Medicine.

A competitive multi-sport athlete for most of his life, Dr. Whitney currently plays amateur baseball for the AZMSBL Tigers. Outside his clinical and research commitments, he enjoys exercise, baseball, cooking, hiking/camping, gardening, traveling, reading, practicing Buddhism and Merpati Putih, playing guitar, and studying all things for health and healing.

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